A BOX-OFFICE BOMB
Aaron Dozier (Roy Stalin): I went to see it at a sneak preview in Westwood. It was a full house and it got so many big laughs. I remember how high I felt watching that movie, and how proud I was of it. I thought it was going to be a huge, huge hit -- and it wasn't a big hit. It didn't really catch on until 10 years later.
Diane Franklin (Monique): I thought it was going to be a hit, I thought it was really funny. I couldn't believe it wasn't. I just didn't get it. I thought, "Well, maybe these people don't get it."
Curtis Armstrong (Charles De Mar): This was a script that people were talking about because it was so different. There was a lot of anticipation that it was going to be very successful and critically it was not. It seemed to me that it disappeared rather quickly, at a time when you didn't have cable and video and DVD to support these things. It was really a death knell.